Events

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- 2018 -

Friday, May 18, 2018
SHA Monthly Luncheon Meeting
Location: The O'Club, 3410 Westover Street 
Partnerships with the Private Sector-CalOES and CAL FIRE
Abby Browning and Shannon McKenna

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Friday, June 15, 2018
SHA Monthly Luncheon Meeting
Location: Kimpton Sawyer Hotel
Topic: How Utilities are Leveraging Technology to Meet the Expectations
of a Varied Customer Base
Speaker: Erik Krause, Director of Retail Produce Delivery & Sales, SMUD

July and August
No SHA Luncheon Meetings

Saturday, September 8, 2018
SHA Community Service Project
“The Hospitality Industry Helping in the Community”
Assembly Location/Neighborhood: Oak Park Community Center

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Monday, October 8, 2018
Sacramento Hospitality Classic Golf Tournament
Fundraiser for Scholarship Program
Location: Valley Hi Country Club

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018
SHA Farm-to-Fork Fall Fundraiser
(early evening event)
Fundraiser for Local Charities
Location: Hyatt Regency Sacramento

Friday, November 16, 2018
SHA Monthly Luncheon Meeting
Location: Hilton Sacramento Arden West  
Topic: Review of Hotel Industry Activity and Projections for the Future
Speaker: Catherine Bolstad, Director, CBRE Hotels/Consulting

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
SHA Holiday Reception • Toy Collection • Board Election
(early evening event)Location: Thunder Valley Casino Hotel

Friday, May 18, 2018
SHA Monthly Luncheon Meeting
Location: The O'Club, 3410 Westover Street  
Partnerships with the Private Sector-CalOES and CAL FIRE
Abby Browning and Shannon McKenna

Download Registration Form

Online Reservation Form

Partnerships with the Private Sector-CalOES and CAL FIRE

Abby Browning and Shannon McKenna

During the first few days after a disaster, government resources are focused on saving the most critically injured and restoring life-saving infrastructure. Private industry, working in conjunction with government, can help address the needs of individuals/families and businesses that may be unprepared to sustain themselves during the first few days after a major disaster.

Businesses can do much to prepare for the impact of the many hazards they may face in today’s world including natural hazards such as floods, earthquakes and widespread serious illness such as the H1N1 flu virus pandemic. Human-caused hazards include accidents, acts of violence and acts of terrorism. Examples of technology-related hazards are the failure or malfunction of systems, equipment or software.

Learn from our speakers how the hospitality industry can assist when emergencies or hazardous situations occur with such items as facility space, guest rooms, supplies and more. In addition, learn about the specifics of working with entities such as CalOES, CAL FIRE, and the National Guard, especially regarding facility and guest room requirements—each group and each situation have different needs.